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video from youtube: Polaris sportsman 570 code problem fix https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YR8DN5oWazc

Polaris ATV | Answered 3 hours ago


It sounds like a vacuum leak. The intake manifold on Polaris ATV's are prone to cracking do mainly from worn rubber bushings on the carb, support mount. They are vibration dampers that wear out leaving only the intake manifold support, thus cracking it.
Further, the rubber boot connecting the air cleaner box to the carb deteriorate and deposit's that material to the inside of your carb., giving you additional problems. Be sure to replace both items and have your carb sonic cleaned at your local small engine repair shop.

ATVs | Answered 7 hours ago


I am guessing you mean the float is sticking and leaking gas? If so, remove the carb and have it sonic cleaned. The jet that the float opens and closes and should be inspected for wear. In some instances, the float should be weighed for fuel saturation. That may prevent proper floatation in order to fully close the fuel flow once the bowl is full allowing the fuel to continue flowing.

Polaris ATV | Answered 7 hours ago


check your valves and c if they need adj

Yamaha 2004... | Answered 7 hours ago


https://talk.newagtalk.com/forums/thread-view.asp?tid=386254&DisplayType=nested
This forum is about the no start problem.

Make sure the battery is fully charged and the cables tight and the shifter in N.

ATVs | Answered Yesterday


What about the spark plug wires, perhaps they are done.

ATVs | Answered 3 days ago


Be sure the plug at the rear of the engine ic properly attached and clean. It gets knocked off easily.

Honda ATVs | Answered 3 days ago


Chances are you have a transmission fluid delivery if an automatic, most reverse functions use a band style clutch and do not require a big amount of pressure to operate. I would look into a replacement Trans if an automatic.

Honda 2009 Big... | Answered 3 days ago


perhaps under seat on tag attached to frame

ATVs | Answered on Apr 19, 2019


Sounds like an electrical problem. Make sure that the battery is good and the connections tight. Also check the circuit breakers. If they are weak and over heat they will cut the power and when they cool off, all is well.

ATVs | Answered on Apr 18, 2019


could be as simple as the plug caps or maybe coils are old and crusty by now. you really should get a service manual for it for easier troubleshooting. i do not suggest reliable store. factory is the best

ATVs | Answered on Apr 18, 2019

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